Tag Archives: Fox News Sunday

Miranda rights vs Right to keep and bear arms. The Left reveals its true colors.

I don’t think I’ve seen the American Left in such nimble mental gymnastics, ever. We just got through hearing from many on the Left, including President Obama, how, if we could save just one child, we should move to restrict … Continue reading

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Chuck Hagle – The perfect choice for Secretary of Defense

It’s interesting to see the punditry surrounding Chuck Hagel’s performance in his confirmation hearings for Secretary of Defense. Yesterday, on Fox News Sunday, Laura Ingraham criticized his performance, saying that it may have been the worst ever by a cabinet … Continue reading

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The Democrats Brer Rabbit negotiating strategy on the fiscal cliff

As a Republican, John Boehner scares me when he gets into negotiations with the Democrats. They run circles around him. He acts tough early on in the process, and then he caves and strikes the most horrendous deals. Chris Wallace … Continue reading

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Jack Lew on a favorite topic of Liberals – shutting down dissent

White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew appeared on Fox News Sunday to talk about Obamacare. And he made an interesting statement. After basking in the victory – “When the Supreme Court rules, we have a final answer” – he … Continue reading

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Why would the White House pass up this opportunity to reassure us?

Chris Wallace’s interview yesterday on Fox News Sunday with Senior Obama Advisor David Plouffe was delicious. There were tough questions about the recent national security leaks and a lot of dancing around them by Plouffe. First was an excellent question … Continue reading

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Problems for Newt

Yesterday on Fox News Sunday there were a couple of bombs lobbed at the Gingrich campaign. I hope thinking Republicans will take note. Gingrich may, in fact, in spite of his recognized brilliance as a debater, be the weakest possible … Continue reading

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Fox News Sunday panel reams Gingrich

Yesterday, Fox News Sunday panel talked about Newt Gingrich, and moderator Chris Wallace asked about his receiving money from Freddie Mac and various major healthcare company. AB Stoddard’s answer was withering: “I think he’s been disingenuous in his answers. The … Continue reading

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Rick Perry stumbles in Fox News Sunday interview

Texas governor Rick Perry was interviewed by Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday this morning. Leave it to Chris Wallace to zero in on the toughest questions, and for Rick Perry it was questioning his debating skills. After brushing off Chris’s … Continue reading

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Bachmann the most likely Republican candidate to beat Obama

Michele Bachmann was interviewed again by Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. And I must say it was another stellar performance. She was asked about Herman Cain, about his blunders last week over abortion and negotiating with terrorists and changing … Continue reading

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A disappointing interview by Herman Cain

I have liked Herman Cain and have put him in my top tier of Republican hopefuls: Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and Herman Cain – the three principled conservatives in the race. But his interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News … Continue reading

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Ray LaHood squirming on Fox News Sunday

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood appeared yesterday morning on Fox News Sunday, and I felt bad for him. This past week, an air traffic controller at King County International in Seattle fell asleep for the third time. He had fallen asleep on the … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin’s role

In spite of the pleas from the Left for more civility in public discourse, the vitriol against Sarah Palin appears to be on the rise, and death threats against her are increasing. Public comments in recent days have been exceptionally … Continue reading

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